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Chillin' in the 'Ville helps
christen PWSB River Stage


Hundreds sampled chili and mac 'n cheese as they enjoyed performances by two bands during the first-ever Chillin' in the 'Ville in Thiensville's Village Park on Saturday, Sept. 14.

The event included a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of the Port Washington State Bank River Stage, which was completed in June. The new stage already has been used by several bands during Family Fun Before the 4th and at several Food Truck Nights this summer.

Guests at the event enjoyed servings of chili and mac 'n cheese from area restaurants and other businesses. After trying all the options, they cast votes for their favorites. Shully’s Cuisine & Events won top honors for chili, while Silverado North Shore earned the win for mac and cheese.

Others competing – some in both categories – were Ferrante’s, Crave, That Taco Guy, Chuck’s Place, Remington’s River Inn, Prime Minister and Piggly Wiggly in Mequon.

The day kicked off with entertainment by DJ Matt, who had a stage full of children dancing to “Baby Shark” and other hits. After the ribbon-cutting -- which included remarks by James Schowalter, senior vice president and chief credit officer of PWSB, as well as Village President Van Mobley -- the Dan Lloyd Group entertained the crowd with jazz. As the sky grew dark, Simply ID played hits to an audience that lingered into the night.

Proceeds from Chillin’ in the ’Ville bring Village Park ReImagined closer to its goal of building a splash pad. If fundraising remains on track, the interactive water feature will be completed in the summer of 2020.

Thiensville Police Chief Curt Kleppin
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Meet Thiensville Police Chief
Curt Kleppin on Wednesday Walk


Thiensville Police Chief Curt Kleppin will lead the next Wednesday Walk, which will take place this Wednesday, Sept. 25. The walk will begin at Village Hall at 6:30 p.m.

Kleppin, who spent most of his career with the Watertown Police, started as Thiensville's  chief in mid-December.

In addition to a walk through the village, participants will get a tour of the Police Department.

As with all of the previous walks, which are organized by the Thiensville Lifestyle Coalition, those attending are encouraged to donate items to Family Sharing. A collection cart will be at Village Hall.

This will be the second-to-last Wednesday Walk of the season. The final event is the "Ghosts of Thiensville" walk on Oct. 9.

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Quarterly sewer bills should
have arrived in last week's mail


The village's quarterly sewer bills were mailed last week. To avoid a late fee, the bill must be paid by Oct. 15. Bills may be paid by mail or in person at Village Hall. An after-hours drop box is near the front door.

Residents also can sign up for automatic payment of their sewer bill. Please complete this form and bring it to Village Hall along with a voided check. Once auto-pay is set up, you will continue to receive a bill in the mail, but the amount automatically will be deducted on the due date. The auto-pay form also is available at Village Hall.

Sewer Inspection Truck

Village-wide sewer
televising project continuing


Green Bay Pipe & TV, a contractor working for the village of Thiensville, will be in town for the next several weeks conducting inspections of the sanitary sewer system.

The inspections are part of the village’s asset management plan. They are used to plan for future maintenance needs and improvements.There will be no disruption of sewer service. 

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Thiensville Village Market is every Tuesday in Village Park


Thiensville Village Market -- the best farmers' market on the North Shore -- runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Tuesday through Oct. 15.

More than 70 vendors will be in Thiensville's Village Park with a wide selection of locally produced goods. There will be live music during the lunch hour. Village Market is organized by the Thiensville Business Association.

Village Park Reimagined

Giving Tree
Leaf Order Form


The Giving Tree in Village Park has been installed and leaves are being attached.

Click here for more information and the order form.

Thank you for your consideration of donating to our Village Park!

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